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Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Bromley maintained their unbeaten start to the 2019/20 Vanarama National League season after a 2-1 win at Hayes Lane against Notts County on Saturday.
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The hosts got off to a great start with a goal inside the opening 3 minutes from Alfie Doughty.

 

Kyle Wootton equalised 8 minutes before half-time.

 

But an own goal attributed to County `keeper Sam Slocombe 17 minutes from time sealed the Bromley win.

 

FC Halifax Town and Woking are both just a point behind in the fledgling table, although the Cards lost the leadership after being held to a 1-1 draw at second-bottom Chorley, whose Jake Cottrell gave them an 8th minute lead.

 

Dave Tarpey equalised in the 22nd minute, but neither side were able to find a second.

 

The Shaymen inflicted a second defeat of the season to date on visiting Barnet.

 

Tobi Sho-Silva gave the hosts an 11th minute lead that Liam McAlinden doubled 5 minutes later.


Simeon Akinola reduced the deficit a minute later and then Charlee Adams pulled the Bees back on level terms 4 minutes after that.

 

However, Liam Nolan after 69 minutes and Sho-Silva`s second a minute from time ensured the points stayed in Yorkshire.

 

Yeovil Town are fourth after Luke Wilkinson`s goal just before the hour-mark sealed all three points at Solihull Moors.

 

Ebbsfleet United are bottom after going down to a disappointing 3-0 Stonebridge Road defeat to Barrow AFC.

 

Josh Kay scored the only goal of the opening half in the 10th minute and then a Scott Quigley brace after 47 and 70 minutes sealed a good Bluebirds victory.

 

It finished goalless at Plainmoor between Torquay United and Dagenham & Redbridge, while a goal in stoppage time from Harry Panayiotou won it for Aldershot Town at the EBB Stadium against Wrexham.

 

Boreham Wood recorded their best win of the campaign to date a 4-0 success against Stockport County at Meadow Park.

 

In-form Kabongo Tshimanga bagged a brace in the 20th and 43rd minutes, sandwiched by a Sorba Thomas effort in the 28th minute.

 

Tyrone Marsh added a fourth in time added on at the end of the match.

 

Sutton United matched Wood at Gander Green Lane against Chesterfield, with Aaron Jarvis after 25 minutes and Tommy Wright 10 minutes later and then Jarvis again 12 minutes from time and Harry Beautyman in stoppage time all finding the target.

 

Dover Athletic made the long trek north to Hartlepool United well worthwhile, returning to Kent 2-0 winners, courtesy of Inih Effiong after 36 minutes and Steven Rigg 7 minutes from time.

 

Harrogate Town`s Sam Jones gave them a 10th minute lead at York Road against Maidenhead United.

 

But Shamir Fenelon equalised 13 minutes later and that`s how the scoreline remained.

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Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Saturday 21 September 19 I 17:13:51
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The hosts got off to a great start with a goal inside the opening 3 minutes from Alfie Doughty.

 

Kyle Wootton equalised 8 minutes before half-time.

 

But an own goal attributed to County `keeper Sam Slocombe 17 minutes from time sealed the Bromley win.

 

FC Halifax Town and Woking are both just a point behind in the fledgling table, although the Cards lost the leadership after being held to a 1-1 draw at second-bottom Chorley, whose Jake Cottrell gave them an 8th minute lead.

 

Dave Tarpey equalised in the 22nd minute, but neither side were able to find a second.

 

The Shaymen inflicted a second defeat of the season to date on visiting Barnet.

 

Tobi Sho-Silva gave the hosts an 11th minute lead that Liam McAlinden doubled 5 minutes later.


Simeon Akinola reduced the deficit a minute later and then Charlee Adams pulled the Bees back on level terms 4 minutes after that.

 

However, Liam Nolan after 69 minutes and Sho-Silva`s second a minute from time ensured the points stayed in Yorkshire.

 

Yeovil Town are fourth after Luke Wilkinson`s goal just before the hour-mark sealed all three points at Solihull Moors.

 

Ebbsfleet United are bottom after going down to a disappointing 3-0 Stonebridge Road defeat to Barrow AFC.

 

Josh Kay scored the only goal of the opening half in the 10th minute and then a Scott Quigley brace after 47 and 70 minutes sealed a good Bluebirds victory.

 

It finished goalless at Plainmoor between Torquay United and Dagenham & Redbridge, while a goal in stoppage time from Harry Panayiotou won it for Aldershot Town at the EBB Stadium against Wrexham.

 

Boreham Wood recorded their best win of the campaign to date a 4-0 success against Stockport County at Meadow Park.

 

In-form Kabongo Tshimanga bagged a brace in the 20th and 43rd minutes, sandwiched by a Sorba Thomas effort in the 28th minute.

 

Tyrone Marsh added a fourth in time added on at the end of the match.

 

Sutton United matched Wood at Gander Green Lane against Chesterfield, with Aaron Jarvis after 25 minutes and Tommy Wright 10 minutes later and then Jarvis again 12 minutes from time and Harry Beautyman in stoppage time all finding the target.

 

Dover Athletic made the long trek north to Hartlepool United well worthwhile, returning to Kent 2-0 winners, courtesy of Inih Effiong after 36 minutes and Steven Rigg 7 minutes from time.

 

Harrogate Town`s Sam Jones gave them a 10th minute lead at York Road against Maidenhead United.

 

But Shamir Fenelon equalised 13 minutes later and that`s how the scoreline remained.

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